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The beauty of the Internet is that you can keep updated without having to waste paper. Sure, there’s something about being able to feel a magazine or newspaper in your hands, but if you want to help Mother Earth, going paperless is the way to go. There are a number of ways to get the newest information. You can stalk certain websites like Android Authority to get your fix on the latest in Android news or keep updated on what’s happening around the world by visiting CNN. Checking these websites individually can be tiring though, and it can waste precious…

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Huffington Post ushered in a new era of Internet-based TV with its new HuffPost Live service. Utilizing live comments, tweets and video responses, viewers can interact with analysts and speakers on the various shows on this network in a way you just can’t do with normal television.

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Keeping up with the news doesn’t mean having to be glued to the TV 24/7 or buying the newspaper daily. A number of news providers bring the news to you, which means you can easily access them through your computer or your mobile device. Unfortunately, news providers can cover topics ranging from innovation to crimes, technology to religion, and while you’ll no doubt want to keep up with what’s happening in the world around you, you’ll only be interested in a number of things. To save you time in sifting through dozens of articles, a news reading app for Android…

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English daily publication, The Strait Times, has made news to launch an Android app for smartphone users. Users of the app will get an Android version of the full editorial content of the publication as well as free breaking news coverage and push notifications for these. A seven-day archive is also available. This is not the first time the publication released a digital version of their news, however. Back in August, an app for iOS devices was launched already. Just 24 hours after it was launched, it received over 126,000 downloads. It was reason enough that the app was well-received…